CHAPTER GIVES $41,000 IN STEM AWARDS TO STUDENTS, TEACHERS

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Teaching Tool award recipients in May are (l-r) Michael Comet of South Lewis Central School; Dana Cook of South Lewis Central School; Anne Huntress of South Lewis Central School; Jana Brown of South Lewis School District; Eric Wojtalewski of Solvay High School; and Karla Williams of Whitesboro School District.

In May, the chapter distributed more than $41,000 in scholarships and teaching tools during a luncheon. Students pursuing science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) degrees received scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $3,000. Industry partners ANDRO Computational Solutions, Alion and SRC donated to the scholarship program. The chapter awarded $3,000 to provide two scholarships for Project Fibonacci, a STEM leadership conference for local high school students.


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Students receiving scholarships in May include (front, l-r) Emily Filmer, Savannah Decker, Blake Haddad, Claire Parisi, Ryan Roseboom, Timothy Zarecki, Jarrett Winders, Joshua Zvirzdin, David Jeselson, Heather Hayes (back, l-r), Alex Filmer, Matthew Preisendorfer, Clyde Vanderpool, Brandon Pugh, Kendra Walker, Issac Burmingham, Ashleigh Crawford and Nicholas Melchiore.

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Rick Lockridge, chapter president (r), presents a check to Project Fibonacci founder Andrew Drozd of ANDRO Computational Solutions (l) and Daniel Kostelec, ANDRO's science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM) outreach coordinator, in May.

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